Hey guys! I’ve been craving so many dishes lately (no I’m not pregnant! 🤣 🤣 ). I wanted pizza, so I went to Pizza Carissimi (click here for the post). I was craving Spaghetti with Mussels and well, I went to get the ingredients. This recipe is super easy to make and ridiculously delicious!
As promised in the previous post (click here to read it), today’s post will be about the Italian restaurant, Casa Ricci in Metz, France.
I’ve been hearing about this restaurant for as long as I can remember. My trainees are always telling to try it and I always reply sheepishly that I will one day. I’m so glad that I can finally say that I did and most importantly that I enjoyed it! 🙂
Yesterday we decided to spend the whole day in the city center of Metz. In a couple of months, Muse (commercial center) will open its doors and I am really excited about that. I know that a lot of people in the city center fear this opening as they feel that perhaps shoppers will prefer to go to Muse. Problem is, car park in the city center is a bit expensive, but on the other hand, I feel that shopping in the city center is more of a leisure. You definitely need to reserve an afternoon or even a day to just walk and shop at your own pace.
If there’s one thing I like doing on the weekend (aside from spending time with my family) is going out for dinner with my friend V. In the past 6 months, we’ve tried going out at least once a month, just the two of us.
Hey guys! How’s it going?
Today’s recipe is going to be Baked Cannelloni. I’ve always wondered why is it that Cannelloni isn’t as popular as Lasagna. I mean, every Italian restaurant I go to always has Lasagna in their menu, but Cannelloni? It’s very rare. It’s not much different. Although Lasagna has béchamel. But recently, I was talking with a trainee of mine who is Italian and he mentioned that his Italian grandmother does not put béchamel in her lasagna. It’s so confusing. What is real Italian or not? It’s like the big debate with Pasta Carbonara, cream or no cream?